Anyone else getting hit with them?Monthly,they were like 18 dollars from sprint.This time,its up to 23 dollars. I called customer service,got put on hold(for a full five minutes each time)got a runaround,then finally got the "Im not able to tell you that sir"(I had inquired as to what exactly the charges were,since I was being charged for everything else under the sun,itemized,lol),so we're going to set upa CASE FILE for you and someone will contact you in a few days. I told her(I was being nice to her and joking)This sounds like a class action lawsuit letter in three years,lol. Today,I got this email.Make of it what you will.My reply was I do not wish to be billed these charges,and would like to be fully reimbursed,lol. Save All Images are not displayedDisplay Images Good Afternoon, This email is being sent per your recent contact with Sprint Customer Care and inquiry regarding the surcharges billed to your account. Sprint Surcharges are agreed to in Sprint’s Terms and Conditions when accepting service with Sprint. Below I have included the portion of the Terms and Conditions addressing Surcharges. Surcharges You agree to pay all surcharges ("Surcharges"), which may include, but are not limited to: Federal Universal Service, various regulatory charges, Sprint administrative charges, gross receipts charges, and charges for the costs we incur in complying with governmental programs. Surcharges are not taxes and are not required by law. They are rates we choose to collect from you and are kept by us in whole or in part. The number and type of Surcharges may vary depending upon the location of the billing address of the Device and can change over time. We determine the rate for these charges and these amounts are subject to change as are the components used to calculate these amounts. We will provide you notice of any changes to Surcharges in a manner consistent with this Agreement (see "Providing Notice To Each Other Under The Agreement" section). However, since some Surcharges are based on amounts set by the government or based on government formulas, it will not always be possible to provide advance notice of new Surcharges or changes in the amount of existing Surcharges. Information on Surcharges is provided during the sales transaction and is available on our website. The Federal Universal Service Assessment Non-Ld is a charge levied by the FCC on telecommunication companies in order to fund programs such as subsidized telephone service for low income individuals or those who live in rural areas, internet access for schools and libraries, and medical links to rural communities. The Administrative Charge is assessed by Sprint to help defray various costs imposed on Sprint by other telecommunications carriers, including, but not limited to, charges imposed by local telephone companies for delivery of calls from our customers to their landline customers and for certain network facilities and services we must purchase from them. The Regulatory Charge defrays Sprint's costs related to various mandatory federal, state, and local regulatory programs. Thank you, Patricia R. Business Customer Service and Technical Support UBPExemptionRequests@sprint.com Manage your account in one easy location; register for My Sprint Business today! Happy Connecting!